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  • Congressional Republicans Conspiring With Liberals Behind Closed Doors to Raise Taxes

    07/19/2012 1:16:16 PM PDT · by IbJensen · 14 replies
    Red State ^ | 7/19/2012 | Erick Erickson
    “Instead of downsizing, states have decided to just look for a new tax scheme to fund the leviathan. They see online sales as the way to go. iTunes downloads will be next.Congressional Republicans are helping.” Congressional Republicans led by Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming have begun negotiating behind closed doors with liberals like Senator Dick Durbin of Illinois to raise Americans’ taxes. They introduced their internet tax as an amendment to a Senate small business bill, but that bill stalled. Now they are confident they can sneak the internet tax into a lame duck session of Congress, just in time...
  • An Angry, Defensive McCain

    01/31/2008 12:43:58 AM PST · by Checkers · 154 replies · 1,365+ views
    hughhewitt.townhall.com ^ | 01/30/2008 | Hugh Hewitt
    John McCain won over few if any conservatives tonight, and his display of bad temper and his rambling filibuster of his wrongful "timetables" attack on Romney from last weekend may even have lost him some moderates. In the spin room heads were shaking. McCain was at his worst in the second half of the debate, and those who watched had to ask themselves how this sort of performance would play against a youthful, upbeat Obama with a MSM ready not to protect McCain but tear into him as aging and confused --even obviously deceptive-- about his facts. The first half...
  • Border Security: Accept No Substitutes

    06/01/2007 7:52:35 AM PDT · by GFritsch · 29 replies · 539+ views
    New Media Journal ^ | June 1, 2007 | Chris Adamo
    Heartland America breathed a premature sigh of relief when the Senate’s ill conceived "immigration reform" (read: amnesty for illegals) bill was not ramrodded through the legislative process as quickly as its proponents originally intended. Yet the most dangerous time for America is still ahead. Various amendments are being considered in an effort to make it sufficiently palatable to one opposing group or another, the long-term goal being that they might ultimately give it their support, or at least mute their opposition to it. But beneath any veneer, the bill’s actual objective of amnesty remains intact. Sadly, a requisite level of...